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Towlersonsafari

excellent artice and photos, @inyathiwe have been to a few badger hides, but have also been lucky enough to have a hole in the wire fence where badgers come into the graden to see what bird food is left- we do put a few peanuts down but we watch from the conservatory and as long as we are not noisy, they seem fine- and much more confident than the fox that sometimes visits.

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Dave Williams

I contributed to this topic four years ago....and what a difference time makes. Back then I'd only ever seen one living Badger and as a result of visiting Kruger NP in 2019 and deciding I needed a trail camera I was soon to discover they visit our back garden...virtually every night! I give them a few peanuts and some dried dog food pellets to supplement their natural diet and now I watch them from our kitchen window.

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Wow, that's awesome Dave!

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Dave Williams

I have decided to stop taking photos through the window and moved the camera outside as they are starting to appear earlier while there is still some natural light about.

51354883992_a3c1f16536_b.jpgBadger by Dave Williams, on Flickr

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Outstanding Dave!

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Fabulous picture of a badger!

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Peter Connan

Beautiful!

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Badger raiding the bird food storage container.

 

 

Not the best quality, I really need to invest in a better trail cam.

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